Flagstaff Arizona is a popular destination for our cabin guests for many reasons. It’s just a short drive away from our cabins in Williams, and offers many things to do on your relaxing stay with us. One reason to make the drive to Flagstaff is to visit the many beautiful and exciting golf courses found in the area. Flagstaff golf courses are among the best in not only Arizona but the entire Southwest. No matter your budget or experience level, you’ll be able to find a course that fits your needs perfectly. Here are the most popular Flagstaff AZ Area Golf Courses that we recommend.

Aspen Valley Golf Club

The Aspen Valley Golf Club designed by Jeff Hardin and Greg Nash opened in 1973. It has a total of 18 holes with slopes from 135 rating. The total tees length is 6,889 Aspen Valleyyards It is a private golf course which is open from early April to early November. Greens fees average from $60 to $70 daily on weekdays and weekends. This also includes cart rental. It’s located in the beautiful forests of the Ponderosa for beauty beyond compare.

Canyon at Forest Highlands Golf Club

This golf courCanyon at Forest Highlandsse is far more than a golf club. It is a luxurious retreat and community that is full of top-notch landscaping and grounds. It has a total of 18 holes on a 24 hour secured gate. The course was created and designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish in 1986. It’s located in the mountains and beautiful scenery of Flagstaff.

Flagstaff Ranch Golf Club

This one of the Flagstaff golf courses is beautiful as well as spacious. With a total of 454 acres it’s one of the largest! Created by Jerry Pate who was a U.S. Open Champion himself, it’s a favorite for talented golfers in the area. The course, filled with turns and hills, gives golfers an entertaining experience.

It’s equipped for the most experienced golfers as well as the first-timers. The club allows both residents and nonresidents tee times to the course. The forward tees measure 5,210 yards which is ideal for seniors or youth golfers in any group. The total amount of yards to Championship tees equal 7,160 yards, the ideal option for those scratch golfers looking for a challenge.

Continental Country Club

The Continental Country Club offers members a relaxing atmosphere above all else. There are pristine ponds and beautiful grounds for enjoyable afternoons. There is a store on site as well as great dining that will fit any palate. The club offers more than the ability to have a great game. There is a practice facility on the grounds to get ready for the big game. There is also golf lessons and clinics. Last, there are tournaments held at the club to challenge all players. Memberships are affordable and convenient. This club will fit into anyone’s lifestyle and needs.

Pine Canyon Club

The Pine Canyon Club is more than a golf course. It is a getaway that visitors will never forget. It’s equipped with beautiful grounds and landscapes as well as elegant dining and a spa. The grounds beauty’s seen right away as guests step outside. The whole golf course has beautiful views of the mountains behind the club grounds. There are crystal lakes and tall trees giving shade. There are a total of 19 holes for a game hidden among the most remarkable grounds on any course.

Timberline Short Nine

If looking among Flagstaff golf courses for a shorter course then this is the place to look. It is a shorter course but beautiful still. It’s a family owned course that dedicates itself to its guests. It gives visitors an exciting experience ideal for all ages. The course is good for the most experienced and the little tikes learning. It is open from May through to October.

It is the most affordable option in the area with great views and amazing course. Payment is based on adult and child prices. There are also loaned clubs and balls available upon request. These are with no charge as well. The course also offers group pricing and availability for special events as well. It is an amazing place great for some daytime fun.

Meadow at Forest Highlands Golf Club

This is one of the best places found in Arizona for a day of golfing. It’s voted in the Golf Digest at number 8 throughout the whole state of Arizona. Designed in 1999 by Tom Weiskopf it is one of a kind. It is home to both beautiful landscapes and lakes or ponds as well as wetlands throughout. Not only is it a great course at an affordable price but it offers other incentives as well. This includes a recreation center, pro shop, fitness center, pools and practice center. It has many beautiful wildflowers that littered throughout the course. Where it got its name.

There are many different golf courses found throughout Flagstaff. A couple hours ride from the huge city of Phoenix, it is beauty and relaxation at its best. It’s a way to get away for a little time for a great round of golf!